Following up, does anyone know where the data is stored before going to
log.dat so that you don't lose the 5 qsos in the window in the event of
a power failure? I have floppy frequency set to 1. Does that affect
this? It is unclear but I think it only refers to the floppy write and
not the main log.
Gilbert Baron wrote:
> I was having problems but I found an open line in my cable. I now tie
> pin7 to pin 8 at the radio CTS/RTS and open those lines to the
> computer. Pin 7 remains open and works for PTT and pin 4 works for
> the CW. Both of those lines are cut so they don't go to the radio. Pin
> 5 is ground and is left connected.
> I tried killing power in the middle of testing and lost no logs data.
> It must be backed up after every qso which I LIKE a LOT. I do wish
> that the write to floppy happened immediately and also the printing
> rather than being 5 qsoes behind. Nevertheless, it seems you don't
> lose any even with a power failure. Good Job!
> Gil Baron W0MN email@example.com
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